Having been here I can recommend it very highly. Not for the fishing, but for the complete experience. It’s just a cool place.
It is not a pristine mountain stream, but it is an interesting and promising stretch of brown trout water. It is wedged between the Kamberg Nature Reserve lower boundary and Riverside farm upper boundary. It flows through tribal land owned by the Thendela Community and the exciting part of all of this is under the leadership of community member, Richard Khumalo, a conservation endeavor, the Thendela Community Fly Fishing Project (TFFCP), has been established – with the guidance, support and assistance of members of the KZN Fly Fishing Association and Wildfly.
Richard in his office at the Community Centre.
The project involves cleaning up this section of the Mooi River that has over the years become degraded and polluted mainly with litter. And, the introduction of controls that ensures its protection as a fishery into the future for anglers to enjoy in the midst of the daily life of a friendly, welcoming…
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